Channel Marker

July 2008

MSP channel partner programs

  • Zimbra wants to out-Outlook Outlook

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 30 Jul 2008
  •  You have to hand it to Zimbra.The company, now part of Yahoo and seemingly unfazed by all that entails, is nothing if not aggressive. With Zimbra Desktopit's now taking on the grand poobah of ...

  • SAP CEO: Partners key to recruiting skilled workers

    Brendan Cournoyer - TechTarget 30 Jul 2008
  • SAP wants to see at least 30,000 new SAP consultants enter the market in the near future. And partners will be the driving force behind that growth. That's the word from Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP ...

  • Former VAR exec to lead Juniper U.S. sales

    Rivka Gewirtz Little 29 Jul 2008
  • Juniper Networks fished an executive out of its own sea of channel partners this week, hiring Philip O’Reilly, former CEO of Solunet, as the new senior vice president of U.S. enterprise sales. ...

  • Vista: Should I stay or should I go?

    Brendan Cournoyer - TechTarget 29 Jul 2008
  • The great 20th-century British philosopher Mick Jones once asked the defining question of his era: "Should I stay or should I go?" OK, OK, OK. Jones wasn't a philosopher. He was the singer for The ...

  • If Vista’s so great, maybe Microsoft should pay for it

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 29 Jul 2008
  • There's no better way to spend a hot afternoon than in an air-conditioned  gym zoning out in front of ESPN's afternoon lineup. (Minus Jim Rome, whose appeal remains a mystery.) Anyway, the various ...

  • Juniper gets KJ at a hefty price

    Rivka Gewirtz Little 29 Jul 2008
  • Juniper Networks may have a cozy relationship with newly hired CEO Kevin Johnson, but it didn’t come cheap. Juniper agreed to pay Johnson $5 million for signing on, Jason Davis reported in his The ...

  • Is Sun in play?

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 28 Jul 2008
  • Gabriel Consulting Group posted an interesting item about Sun Microsystems' future. It speculates that the beleaguered tech giant may be taken private.  Southeastern Asset Management, and its more ...